Interesting Facts About Kuwait on Kuwait National Day

  • Publish date: Thursday، 23 February 2023 Last update: Saturday، 25 February 2023
Interesting  Facts About Kuwait on Kuwait National Day

With a population of around 4.45 million as of 2022, Kuwait is a Western Asian country near the Persian Gulf. It is an oil-rich nation with beautiful cityscapes, scorching heat, and significant history.

Listed below in this article are a few interesting unknown facts about Kuwait, celebrating its 62nd National Day on 25th February 2023. 

  • Kuwait has a population of 4.45 million, of whom 1.45 million are Kuwaiti nationals and the rest 3 million are expatriates from more than 100 other countries.
  • The Arabic word "Kut," which means "fort," is the basis of Kuwait's name.
  • Kuwait has the sixth-largest oil reserves in the world. The nation's oil deposits were discovered in 1934.
  • Kuwait relies on the desalination of salt water for domestic use since it lacks permanent rivers and lakes.
  • The Kuwaiti flag is green, white, red, and black. The colors are related to a poem by Ṣafī ad-Dīn al-Ḥilli that was composed in the thirteenth century. He described the Arabs' green fields, their black battles, their white deeds of purity, and the red blood on their swords.

Interesting  Facts About Kuwait on Kuwait National Day

  • The total area of Kuwait is marginally less than that of New Jersey. Also, the United States of America is 552 times larger than Kuwait.
  • Kuwait has one of the highest per capita incomes in the world: With a GDP per capita of over $28,000

  • The Kuwaiti Dinar is the highest-valued currency in the world, with one Kuwaiti dinar being equivalent to approximately 3.30 United States dollars.

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